Photo by Andrew Ottoson
CV’s Skyler Olsen cleared 11-6, good for a personal record, at the area best meet last Thursday, May 4, which put him in fourth place overall. His CV teammates Trey Pfefferkorn and Mika Rives both raised their season-best marks to 12-6, and placed first and second.
As of Wednesday, May 10, 2017
LEWISTON Clearwater Valley’s pole vaulters posted three of the top four highest marks last Thursday, May 4, at the annual area best track and field meet, held each year just before districts so as to reflect the gains athletes throughout the region have made throughout the season.
Trey Pfefferkorn (12-6), Mika Rives (12-6) and Skyler Olsen (11-6) all reached the highest points they’ve hit so far.
CV’s Cole Olsen also posted a top-three placing along with a new personal best with a 4:24.51 time in the 1,600.
Prairie’s Ryan Glimp set a new personal besting the discus (143-4) while placing second.
On the girls side, Grangeville’s JaKaili Norman posted personal bests in the 100 (13.14) and 200 (27.37) along with top-three finishes in both races.
Prairie’s Ciara Chaffee ran a PR in the 800 (second, 2:34.39) as did Chaye Uptmor in the 1,600 (third, 5:31.30).
Coming — All the area 1A and 2A teams will compete at the District I-II regional championships May 12-13 at Kootenai High School, at 2 p.m. each day.